Former Senior Marketing & Events Specialist
Tierney Anderson joined The Alliance in 2009 and served as the cooperative’s marketing & events specialist. She previously served as marketing and member services coordinator. Her responsibilities included the development of effective communications and marketing materials for Alliance members and business partners by executing marketing plans and promoting products, services and events.
In addition to her work at The Alliance, Tierney is an active member on The Business Forum, previously serving on the board and acting as senior chair for the ATHENA committee. Tierney also participates in the Advertising Federation of Madison and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network of Madison.
Tierney earned her bachelor’s degree of business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with an emphasis in information systems and a certification on the Project Management Body of Knowledge.
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